The 2021 Mercedes-Benz EQC is an all-electric crossover that is the initially EV to get there from the luxury brand’s new EQ sub-manufacturer, which is targeted on zero-emissions vehicles. While about the exact same measurement and shape as the Mercedes-Benz GLC, the EQC delivers unique styling and a diverse interface.
The EQC was at first due to get there in spring 2020. That’s now been pushed to sometime in 2021, as a 2021 model—nearly three years guiding its main competitors.
While the 2021 EQC all seems quite common, you won’t uncover any exterior sheet metallic or trim that carries around from the gasoline GLC. Each vehicles are manufactured along with every single other in Bremen, Germany, and the EQC shares some essential parts that are out of sight. In impact, the EQC seems like a techno-savvy version of the GLC, like an update of the interface inside of that delivers